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was filled with speech about race in america and one man's dream. >> reporter: today, the national mall looked a lot like it did 50 years ago as a new generation joins civil rights icons. >> we cannot go back. we've come too far. >> reporter: and the everyday heroes of a nation's painful struggle for justice and equality for all. clifford lee was here in 1963. >> i was inspired then. i'm still inspired by that speech. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed. >> reporter: king's "i have a dream" speech inspired a movement and tens of thousands of people have come from across the nation to honor his vision. congressman john lewis says that vision includes everyone. >> it doesn't matter whether we're black or white, latino, asian, american, or native american, it doesn't matter whether we are straight or gay. we are one people. >> reporter: many came on buses, leaving home in the early morning hours to retrace the steps of this historic march. >> we're here to pay homage to that moment in time, but also to carry that forward. >> repor
is on the scene. >> a tragic battle ends for a florida boy with rare brain eating amoeba. >> and captain america, jeff glor interviews an american soccer superstar who has left the european stage to come play at home. >> looking forward to getting back to doing a little bit mor syria today agreed to a cease-fire to allow the inspectors to work. 355 people died on the outskirts of damascus wednesday from what appears to be a chemicalave two reports, first to holly williams in london. >> reporter: the breakthrough came 24 hours after the u.n.'s high representative for disarmament affairs angela kane arrived in damascus. syrian state tv announced that the government, which denies using chemical weapons, will allow u.n. weapons inspectors to start their investigation tomorrow. there's mounting evidence that there was a chemical strike against civilians. scores of internet videos show people convulsing and foaming at the nose and mouth. the syrian opposition claims hundreds of people were killed. but in the videos, none of the dead have any obvious injuries. that is all consistent with the use of a n
the united states of america. >> still u.s. officials think it's safe to reopen 18 of the 19 embassies closed last week. and there is rare bipartisan agreement that taking the action in response to the threat was the right decision. >> any time an american is put at risk in the world or our homeland we have to deal with it. we have to be cautious. >> i agree, the intelligence that i saw here was at least as powerful as anything i've seen since 9/11. >> reporter: the u.s. consulate in lahore, pakistan remains closed. it was shut down on thursday due to a separate credible threat, jeff. >> jeff: jeff pegues, thank you. >> its father of nsa leaker edward snowden said today he's obtained a visa to visit his son in russia. lon snowden said he would like his son to return to the u.s., but only if he can be assured of getting a fair trial on charges of espionage. >> at this point when you consider many of the statements paid by our leader, leaders in congress, they are absolutely irresponsible and inconsistent with our system of justice. they have poisoned the well, so to speak, in terms of a potent
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about commercial establishments like fast food places that are identified with america. and remembering some attacks in places like southeast asia years ago i would probably think about going to places like discos, nightclubs that are associated with american culture. but i wouldn't change my travel plans significantly. >> glor: what can the united states do to head off these threats in your estimation. >> there's only one thing america can do about this. americans when they think about terrorism think about plots. plots against embassies, plots against airlines. the counter terrorism business is about people. the only way to stop plots is to stop people what america can do is to find the operatives who are responsible for this and capture them or kill them. those are the only ways to stop plots. if you stop plots without stopping people, you don't succeed. >> jeff: philip mudd, thank you very much. >> sure, thank you. >> jeff: senators john mccain and lindsay graham arrive in egypt tomorrow trying to broker a settlement between supporters of ousted president morsi and the military back
for reformses to america's electronic surveillance program is sparking strong reaction. among his proposals, greater transparency in the programs. a new privacy advocate to offer an opposing voice before the secret intelligence court. and an independent review of surveillance by outside experts. jeff pegues has more on the president's plan, and its critics. >> reporter: it's right to ask questions about surveillance, particularly as technology is reshaping every aspect of our lives. >> reporter: the president's call for national security agency reforms comes as intelligence officials remain on high alert for terror attacks. mr. obama says his proposed changes should reassure a wary public about the scope of sweeping data collection while keeping the surveillance program intact. >> i understand the concerns of those who would worry that it could be subject to abuse. >> reporter: some in congress believe the move for transparency and balance will undermine undercover intelligence operations. house homeland security chairman peter king believes the current programs work just fine the way they
america's new sports network. fox sports 1, which debuted this morning. curt menefee brought the network on the air. ufc fight night tonight on fox sports 1 from td garden here in boston. what a weekend here in boston. >> tim: what a weekend. >> kenny: involving fox. pre-season football last night, yankees/red sox today. ufc fight night tonight. red sox leading the yankees 6-1. stephen drew, the run back in the fourth inning. two on, one out. carp and nava the base runners. >> tim: by the way, we mentioned clayton kershaw. in about 16 minutes, he opposes the philadelphia phillies against kyle kendrick. phillies losing to greinke in last night's game, a shutout from the dodger right-hander. >> kenny: right field. vernon wells. two away. we talked about matt harvey the starting pitcher for the national league in the allstar game. some felt that clayton kershaw deserves a start. but he was very gracious. he said look, harvey is having a great season. i understand. >> tim: classy move by classy guy. clayton kershaw. with two away jarrod saltalamacchia who drove in a run his last time up. 6-1
to bigotry no sanction to, to persecution, no assistance. for any jew living in america, he wrote, there shall be none to make him afraid. >> washington wrote the letter a year before the first amendment guarantee of religious freedom became the law of the land. turo important place in american history has made it a popular tourist destination. laura has dreamed of visiting for more than 30 years. >> i grew up jewish in the south. and i have heard about the synagogue since i was a little girl. and this was the place where i wanted to come and i wanted to bring my family. hi goosebumps. >> reporter: linda says it is a feeling that never goes away. >> i go into that building and i feel the presence of the people who founded it. i feel what a miracle it was for them to be able to worship freely. >> a miracle that continues twheek end as turo celebrates 250 years of religious freedom. chip reid, cbs news, new port, rhode island. >> still ahead, paving the way for a play by staging shakespeare in a parking lot. on every purchase every day. produce delivery. [ bjorn ] just put it on my
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